A traditional game sausage made of all natural wild boar and pork flavored with red wine, apples and cranberries. Enjoy with a bottle of Gevrey, Chambertin, Collioure, or Saint Estèphe wine. Fabrique Délices selects a limited number of "All Natural" meat suppliers according to its high standard of quality. All meats used in their "All Natural" products are guaranteed antibiotic & hormone free. Animals are fed with the purest natural feeds (no animal by-product). All of these natural sausages are free of preservatives, artificial ingredients and nitrites. Based in Hayward, California, between San Francisco and San Jose, Fabrique Delice has been producing artisanal charcuterie in the U.S. since 1985.
Due to the perishable nature of these sausages, they will ship separately from the rest of your order in an igourmet Eco-Cooler. Once thawed shelf life is 7 days refrigerated.
Features & Highlights
- Ships expedited in a reusable insulated cooler to ensure freshness
- A traditional game sausage made of all natural wild boar and pork flavored with red wine, apples and cranberries
- Enjoy with a bottle of Gevrey, Chambertin, Collioure, or Saint Estèphe wine
|Item Weight:||2 pounds|
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